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Keep in Mind!
In 2015, Billings County again experienced a lot of new activities including new oil well locations, pipelines, roads, and Southwest Water installations. Newly disturbed areas become an ideal environment for invasive and noxious weeds. Another concern is the purchasing of hay and straw. Landowners and managers should try to buy certified weed seed-free forage and also keep track of where the hay and straw they purchase is being stored and used. The movement of gravel, topsoil and scoria to new locations poses another risk for noxious weed development. The weed board asks land managers to keep a high alert for these type of new activities on and around their property to help prevent the spread on noxious and invasive weeds.